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A guide to pick the right iPhone. Pixabay

By Zedd Salem

Apple’s iPhones are undoubtedly some of the best smartphones out there. From responsive performance to compelling hardware designs, you can never go wrong with this line of smartphones. Apple has been releasing a new generation of iPhones every year and has thus created an extensive line of phones that it can often be confusing to decide which model is right for you.

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It revealed that Apple is looking at different ways to fit battery cells in unusual shapes, such as cylinders, by making the batteries capable of bending and flexing. Pixabay

Cupertino-based tech giant Apple has filed a patent about working on flexible batteries which may ultimately be used in foldable iPhones and iPads.

It revealed that Apple is looking at different ways to fit battery cells in unusual shapes, such as cylinders, by making the batteries capable of bending and flexing, PhoneArena reported on Tuesday.

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The introduction of 5G iPhones later this year would serve as a catalyst that can accelerate Apple iPhone growth in the financial year 2021. Pixabay

Taiwan-based electronics contract manufacturer Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd or Foxconn has reportedly said that the production of the 5G iPhones is likely to start on schedule for the fall launch of the new handsets.

Foxconn had to close its factories for a month due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but has already resumed normal operations, reports GSMArena. The upcoming iPhone 12 is rumoured to have new colour and screen size options, as well as 5G support.

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Apple is taking nascent steps in India market, specifically looking at not just its attractive domestic market but rather as an export hub, shipping iPhones to other markets, including Europe. Pixabay

Riding on strong demand for iPhone 11 and other models, Apple logged a massive over 55 per cent growth in iPhone shipments for the India market in January and February this year compared to the same period in 2019, a new report said on Friday.

There was no impact on supply issues owing to of new coronavirus in the first two months on Apple shipment in India and industry experts are still assessing the full impact.

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